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When Topeka drivers want to upgrade their workweek tasks and weekend adventures, they naturally turn to the historic engineering prowess of Chevrolet and Ford. The age-old question of their competition, at least with regards to their truck lineups, is one the new year has put to rest. Between the 2020 Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500, the range of differences is vast and clear:
Ready to take a closer look at the F-150 vs. Silverado 1500 comparison from Laird Noller Auto Group? Read on to discover which fits your Lawrence needs!
The debate between Ford and Chevrolet has often revolved around the engineering and drivetrain design. With the 2020 Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 comparison, it’s no different. With six engine options each, gas and diesel available, they seem relatively evenly matched–on the surface. At a closer look, however, the Ford F-150 generates more standard power with a smaller engine, which means better base towing and payload capacity as well as a better fuel economy for your Topeka work.
At an EPA-estimated 19 / 25 city/highway mpg split, the Ford F-150 ultimately saves you precious time and money as you put in the extra hours, while the Chevy Silverado’s EPA-estimated 16 / 21 mpg split simply doesn’t compete. Drivers in the Topeka area can expect a higher maximum torque rating from the Ford F-150. Its High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost engine churns out 510 lb-ft of torque, whereas the Chevy Silverado 1500’s 6.2L V8 manages just 460 lb-ft of torque.
Lawrence drivers who have to trust their trucks with serious payloads and trailering jobs look toward the full-size pickup truck to meet their needs. For those who use their trucks regularly for business, loading heavy materials into their bed is a constant, and a higher capacity means lighter loads will put less wear on their vehicle overall, saving future replacement and regular service costs. Astute critics and drivers have taken note that the Ford F-150 promises a best-in-class payload rating of 3,270 pounds. Compare that to the meager 2,250 pounds the Chevy Silverado can muster, and imagine the difference 1,000 pounds can make.
For those who expect the most of their trucks, the trusted and unbiased opinions of auto reviewers like Edmunds are essential to the shopping process. When comparing the Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500, again Ford has the edge. The new F-150 earned a score of 8.1/10 from Edmunds, while the new Silverado 1500 received only 7.2/10. According to the review, the F-150 customization, safety features, unmatched capability, and comfort push it far past the competition.
When you take a test drive in Topeka or Lawrence, the eminent engineering and innovation of the Ford F-150 will be yours to experience first-hand. Schedule yours today, or get in touch with one of our specialists to learn more about this exceptional pickup. Your next rugged Ford awaits!
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